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How to play bass guitar fast

Adam Neeely – is a famous youtuber and bass guitar player. He lives in New York City and in his blog he teaches tips and tricks on how to improve both at bass guitar and…



Time-Based Bass Guitar Effects Pedals

Two effects pedals for the electric bass guitar that more or less manipulate time are delay and reverb. The delay or echo effect is basically achieved by recording an input signal, storing it, and then…


Electric Bass Guitar

The invention of bass guitar pedals of course would not happen without the invention of the electric bass guitar. Before electric bass guitars came into existence and became standard in popular music, bassists had no…



Bass Synth Pedal

The bass synth pedal simulates the sounds that come from analog synthesizers, such as the famous Moog Synthesizer which was big in the 1970’s. Bass synth pedals hit the market only about a decade or…


Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

Multi-effects pedals (a.k.a. multi-effects processors) for bass are a much more convenient and economical choice for bass players. They’re more convenient because you get a lot of effects on one device and they’re more economical…


Bass Flanger Pedal

The flanger effect for bass is created in a similar manner to the chorus effect, in that it mixes two or more audio signals together. This process is called modulation. Flanger is also similar to…


Bass Equalizer and Octave Pedals

Two bass guitar pedals that more or less affect the bass in a subtle or complementary way are the bass equalizer pedal and the bass octave pedal. Equalizer is another filter effect because it involves…